Josh Donaldson

Yankees Third Base

New York Yankees:  DJ Lemahieu and Questions at the Hot Corner

LeMahieu has won the third base job, but at his back, he must feel the footsteps of the younger players and prospects behind him.

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MLB News & Rumors: Mets, A’s, Yankees & Diamondbacks

Welcome to Inside the Diamond’s latest MLB News & Rumors. In this latest episode, we will be focusing on the New York Mets, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, and Arizona Diamondbacks. Mets’ Max Scherzer Finds Himself In a “Sticky” Situation Mets star pitcher Max Scherzer has gotten himself into a “sticky” situation. The veteran pitcher […]

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Anthony Volpe (Photo Credit: Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post)

Yankees Facing Roster Decisions

Finding the Best Twenty-Six Men Opening Day is right around the corner. The New York Yankees play the San Francisco Giants on Thursday, March 30th, at Yankee Stadium, and difficult roster decisions are looming on the immediate horizon. The most difficult decision is the top-ranked Yankees prospect, Anthony Volpe. Volpe is a fan favorite to […]

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Predicting the Yankees Opening Day Roster

The Quest for Championship #28 Continues Yankee Stadium will soon be alive with a house filled with enthusiastic Yankee fans awaiting the home team to take the field against the San Francisco Giants. Three weeks from Thursday, the Yankees will be pulling on the pinstripes for the first of one hundred sixty-two games. Time will […]

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The Power of Two Yankees

Torres and Dominguez with the first Spring Home Runs On Saturday, the New York Yankees made their Spring debut BayCare Ballpark in Clearwater, Florida, against the Philadelphia Phillies. While they did not win the meaningless pitch clock-controlled game, they saw home runs from two polarizing players who drew much attention from the Yankees fan base. […]

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The Reign of Brian Cashman

Yankees GM celebrates his Twenty-Fifth Year Brian Cashman has been the General Manager of the New York Yankees for twenty-five years. When Bob Watson resigned in February 1998, Cashman became the sixteenth general manager under George Steinbrenner, who had acquired the team twenty-five years earlier. Cashman was just thirty years old when he took the […]

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Could Blue Jays/Bichette Arbitration Hearing Lead to Negative Implications Long-Term

Last week the Toronto Blue Jays announced that they’d be heading to arbitration with star shortstop Bo Bichette. The hearing was announced after the two sides failed to reach an agreement before the deadline. This will be the Blue Jays first arbitration case since 2019 with the now Los Angeles Angels pitcher Ryan Tepera.  The […]

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